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Curse of the "Exits"

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by Bikecrasher, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. Bikecrasher

    Bikecrasher Monkey

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    A couple days ago I was heading east to ride the Middle Fork trail and was held up due to an accident just before exit 34. When I slowed down to rubberneck, I was surprised to see an upside down Norco Factory Team trailer and truck. Didn't look like any one was hurt, just come very bumbed Canadians standing by the side of the road w/ a bunch of dicked up bikes. Drag.
     

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  2. cove rider

    cove rider Turbo Monkey

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    o what that feeking sucks
     
  3. ioscope

    ioscope Turbo Monkey

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    Wow. Way to promote that responsible trail user image. JK
     
  4. DBR X6 RIDER

    DBR X6 RIDER Turbo Monkey

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    *moment of silence for destroyed rigs*



























    Good to hear everybody involved was at least ok. Bikes, trailers, etc. can be replaced - people can't.:cool:
     
  5. Fast&Smooth

    Fast&Smooth Monkey

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    i thru this up on nsmb and apparently no bikes were hurt or even scratched.